Most Read Articles on UST This Week

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on this week By Abi Wylie / 01 Mar 2024
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Take a look at our round-up of the five most read articles on UST this week, including new technologies, partnerships, events, and industry successes.

1. Ziyan Releases Grey Whale G1 Next Generation Cargo UAV

Ziyan Releases Grey Whale G1 Next Generation Cargo UAV

Ziyan UAS, a leading manufacturer of electric unmanned aerial systems for civilian and industrial applications, has released the Grey Whale G1.

Designed to offer a solution to the challenge of transporting goods in remote mountainous regions the Grey Whale G1 is the first cargo UAV designed by Ziyan for the aerial transportation of goods and supplies. With a robust payload capacity, high reliability, and safety features, the Grey Whale G1 supports both cargo box and sling transport modes.


2. Elbit Systems Launches New UAS

Elbit Systems Launches a New UAS

Elbit Systems, a global leader in defense technology, has unveiled its latest addition to its market leading Hermes family, the Hermes™ 650 Spark Unmanned Aerial System (UAS).

This next generation UAS boasts outstanding endurance, versatility, and cost-effective performance across land, air and sea operations.


3. Advanced RPAS for Civilian & Defense Applications

landing zones canada

Landing Zones Canada (LZC) is a leading developer of cutting-edge aerospace and defense technologies with a focus on both civil UAS (unmanned aerial systems) and military RPAS (remotely piloted aircraft systems).

UST is delighted to welcome LZC on board as a supplier partner, and we will be highlighting their unique solutions and capabilities across our channels over the next 12 months.


4. Acecore Technologies Supporting Icelandic Authorities Following Devastating Volcanic Eruptions

Acecore Technologies Supporting Icelandic Authorities Following Devasting Volcanic Eruptions

In an urgent response to the volcanic eruptions devastating the area around Grindavik, a picturesque fishing village in Iceland, Acecore Technologies in partnership with Vegagerdin, has been enlisted by Icelandic authorities for a critical mission.

Jorrit and Casper Linders, at the helm of Acecore Technologies and recognized for their advanced drone development skills, are navigating the challenges posed by nature’s might. The task at hand involves deploying their sophisticated drone technology to assess the aftermath of the eruptions that have already left a significant mark on the landscape.


5. AlarisPro Announces Partnership with TEKEVER

AlarisPro Announces Partnership with TEKEVER

Professional UAS fleet management software company AlarisPro has announced TEKEVER as one of the latest customers to join the growing roster of successful and influential partners in the unmanned industry to adopt the AlarisPro platform.

The web-based AlarisPro platform supports UAS operators and manufacturers by providing proactive fleet management and reliability data designed to improve safety and inform UAS designs.


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